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Poetry - Reading
|Date & Time:||
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
7:00 PM-10:00 PM
|Suggested Audiences:||Elders, Adult, College, High School|
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Starlite Bar and Gallery
39 Hamilton Street
Southbridge, MA 01550
|Description:||We are pleased to announce a brand new monthly open mic and featured poetry reading series The Poetorium at Starlite hosted by Paul Szlosek and Ron Whittle debuting on May 28th. It will be a full evening of poetry and spoken word starting with a brief interview on stage with the nights featured poet Cheryl Perreault, followed by a poetry reading by Cheryl, a 10 minute tribute to a dead poet by a guest reader, a short intermission, and then the open mic (with 5 minute slots for each reader). Admission is free (but a hat will be passed to pay our feature).
Cheryl Perreault, Ed.D. is a poet, writer and spoken-word artist. She encourages the sharing of poetry in the oral tradition and has hosted community poetry and story-sharing programs for a diversity of ages, life experiences and settings. With a background in psychology, Cheryl has taught a number of courses and seminars in life-span psychology in the Boston area. and has worked with hospice patients writing and conducting life- review stories. Cheryl offers performance programs of her own poetry and has recorded two cds "On Ants, Sandwiches and the Meaning of it All" and "Roar" with guitarist/producer Steve Rapson. She also provides community healing arts/celebrant programs with vocalist/songwriter Carolyn Waters and is co-editor with Cynthia Franca of Hopkinton through Poetry: Celebrating 300 Years featuring the poetry of 36 Hopkinton residents and friends from ages 8-102. At HCAM-TV Cheryl hosts/produces two programs for local cable TV which include "Wake up and Smell the Poetry" and "Meet Your Neighbor." for HCAM-TV and can also be found at Roots and Wings Yoga and Healing Arts Center in Natick and Body n' Beyond in Hopkinton where she offers a number of individual and group classes for writing, creativity, spirituality and well-being.
Entered by: Paul Michael Szlosek (poetsparlor@HOTMAIL.COM)
Created: May 3, 2019 at 11:02 AM
Last Modified: May 3, 2019 at 2:22 PM
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